We will be selling at the Magic Valley Gem Club Show (Saturday, March 9th, 9am to 5pm and Sunday, March 10rd, 10am to 4pm at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds).
Rainbow petrified wood is famous because of it wide varieties of colors. This petrified wood comes from just outside Petrified Forest National Park near Holbrook, Arizona.
Thunder eggs come from cavities in volcanic rocks that have filled in with agate, jasper, opal or other materials. This thunder egg from Richardson’s Ranch filled in with blue agate.
Fluorite is the mineral form of calcium fluoride. It crystallizes in isometric cubic habit, although octahedral and more complex isometric forms are not uncommon; it often occurs as veins with metallic minerals.
7th vein Ocean Jasper is characterized by plume-like patterns set against a deep forestry green jasper background.
Carnelian ranges in color from yellow-orange to deep brownish-red. It varies from semi-opaque to highly translucent and can include drusy quartz and small crystals.
Black agate is a variety of chalcedony, a mineral from the quartz family.
Labradorite is a calcium-enriched feldspar which can display an iridescent effect.
Mookaite is a jasper from Australia. It’s name comes from Mooka Creek, where it was first discovered.
A variety of chalcedony. Botswana agate is a specific type of agate with color bands and stripes inside an nodule. This photo show a half nodule that has been polished.